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Sahara: name of the largest dessert in the world located in the north of Africa. So-called: supposed or named. Great Rift Valley: name of a series of trenches that extend from Arica to southeast Asia. Congo river: name of the second longest and largest river in the world and located in Africa. Plateau: flatland areas that are relatively high. Kalahari: name of one of the largest desserts located in the south of Africa. Savanna: are wide grasslands that with small trees. Nubia: is the name of a region between Egypt and Sudan. Kushites: members of the Kush kingdom that inhabited Nubia. Resources: stock of supplies and material goods. Ethiopia: name of a country located in east Africa. King Ezana: name of the ruler of the Axum Kingdom that conquered the Kingdom of kush.
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